Waterpark Hotels in Turkey

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Some hotels in Turkey have incorporated water parks with their lodging, five-star amenities and breathtaking ocean views. Water park hotels cater to families by offering fun outdoor play and programs without having to leave the hotel area for additional entertainment. On-site dining, airport transportation, Turkish baths and spas are additional features of water park hotels in Turkey.

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Aqua Fantasy Resort

Located in Ephesus Beach, this all-inclusive resort is only a few miles from Kusadasi. Spanning over 45 acres of land, it includes two hotels and a colourful water park. It has slides, lazy rivers, rafting and multiple pools for water fun. Rooms at Aqua Fantasy feature terraces with picturesque views of the Aegean Sea. Two restaurants serve gracious buffets for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Five additional restaurants are on the property as well, which serve steaks, seafood and traditional Turkish fare. Ten bars are located at Aqua Fantasy Resort, which range from poolside to modern decor, and nightlife at the resort includes limbo and disco dancing. Izmir is a city perfect for strolls and a stop at Konak Pier. Historical sites in this city include the Fortress at Kadifelkale, which dates back to 300 B.C. Standard room rates as of 2010 are seasonal and start at £29 per night, rising to £87 per night during the summer months.

Aqua Fantasy Resort

Ephesus Beach (Pamucak)

Selçuk, Izmir/ Turkey

232-893-1111

aquafantasy.com

Rixos Premium Belek

This hotel is home to Troy Water Park, which includes a surf pool, master blaster, eight slides and a lost city cave for playtime. The children's playground at the water park is shaped like a Trojan ship, and this theme carries throughout the property. The Dolphinarium offers guests the opportunity to swim with dolphins and enjoy daily performances by marine mammals. Trojan houses are a feature of the Rixos, which are large, luxurious suites with breathtaking views of the Mediterranean Sea. Numerous restaurants and bars are on the property, and the "Dancing Waters" light and sound show takes place every night. Antalya has historical attractions such as Simena Harbor and Arykanda Theatre. Standard room rates start at £111 per night as of 2010.

Rixos Premium Belek

Ileribasi Mevkii PK:116

Belek Serik, Antalya/ Turkey

242-710-2000

rixos.com

Grand Haber Hotel Kemer

Located in Kemer within a valley of the Toros Mountains, this hotel features the Wolfies Aquapark. This park contains seven slides and a large pool area that can accommodate up to 1,000 people. It has multiple pools as well as services that include Turkish baths and spas. The resort's private, sandy beach comes with amenities like deck chairs, umbrellas, cushions and towels. This hotel features easy access rooms and suites for seniors and disabled guests. The property includes three restaurants, six bars, a hookah corner and saloon that offers parlour games. Kemer is a stunning port city which many restaurants located at the marina for dining, and parks for evening strolls. Standard room rates start at approximately £59 per night as of 2010.

Grand Haber Hotel Kemer

Sehit Polis Cemal Ilgaz Cad. No:8

Kemer, Antalya / Turkey

242-814-6800

grandhaber.com

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